One is the Galaxy F and with this Samsung will be soon launching its new Gaming smartphone which will have a great processor and which will be loved by gamers all around the globe. Samsung is also rushing to complete development of a bendable device that it hopes will let it dominate a niche market with potential to grow.
A couple of weeks back, Samsung launched its new smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The two displays will also have a space between them in the inner side to avoid direct impact while folding.
There might be this reason behind Samsung's change in strategy as they want their 10th-anniversary smartphone to be the best of all. Earlier leaks have suggested that the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10+ could be one of the world's first handset to come with 12GB RAM.
The first tweet from Blass is a little vague, but he's clear about the fact that LG's keynote will include a foldable phone.
Samsung, however, went for the more complex design that features a second display on the outside.
The screen opens with a snap like once-popular flip phones such as Motorola Razr but with a smoother feel.
Mass production of the GM1 and GD1 image sensors is expected to start during the fourth quarter of this year.
Moreover, the report also suggests that the Galaxy S10 will be equipped with fingerprint recognition and the top two models of the series will feature an 'In-Display fingerprint sensor'. In addition, internal tests of the joint showed that it can withstand more than 200 thousand cycles of opening and closing.
When a product is mass-produced, technical problems that weren't found in prototypes may arise. He further added, "To me the appeal is obvious: we're close to the limit in mobile device screen sizes, and foldables have the ability to push that limit out quite a bit". Up until now, the iris-scanning technology has been part of all flagship Galaxy devices, including both the S and Note series.